The life of MOBO award winner Jai Amore

Published On 14 April, 2014 | By Mr Montgomery | Interviews, music
“If you work hard enough, you can do what you want to do”. Wise words from singer/songwriter Jai Amore.

Jai Amore and Andre Johnson (Endz2Endz)

Over the weekend, Endz2Endz met up with MOBO award winning artist Jai Amore. The 28 year old originally from Harlesden, North London, told us his greatest moment and what made himself move forward as an artist and pursue his career.

“As a kid I was surrounded by music, most of my friends were singers and that is what I wanted to do from young, it was rooted inside of me. My mum encouraged me to do well in my studies so I could show my seriousness towards my music.” Jai Amore defined music as “the beginning of his manhood, after my dad left at the age of 12 and my brother got sent to Ghana at 16, my manhood was only found by the woman I was around and express myself through music.”

“The greatest moment of my career so far was achieving a MOBO award, as I performed in front of 7,000 people at the Royal Albert Hall and I was able to say mum I’m getting an award for this.”

The artist finally had to say “life is a journey, we have to find something new, internal validation is what helped me move forward because I believed in myself so I could do all things.” He has a new album called Humanise coming out very soon.

You can connect with Jai Amore online via his website, Facebook pageTwitter, YouTube channel and Instagram account. Many of his songs can also be found on iTunes.

Jai Amore really wants to inspire the world with his music.

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AKA Andre Johnson. Young Journalist and presenter. I love to do my best in everything. for me mission given is mission accomplished. I love football and I use my talents to the best of my ability. Originating from Brixton South London. Results are based on actions. I'm doing my best to be the best. God has got me and holds me down in every moment.